The car says it is a 2009 but the records show 2008 registration

Asked by Jan 16, 2017 at 01:23 PM about the 2009 Toyota Corolla Base

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that is very common, car makers will roll 2018's this summer, so you cab essentially drive back from the future!!! I bought a 08 spec B in August of 2007. I Had a new car for 16 months! ; )

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2009 model sold in 2008 is my guess.

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Why are you so concerned about this?

Markw1952, I want to sell the car and want to make sure the correct info is attached to it.

23,825

I understand, it's a 2009, that's all they need to know. My 2010 Subaru Outback Limited was sold in September 2009, same thing. But, it's a 2010 model. I understand completely.

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